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Watch Video | Navratri 2017: 'Silent Garba’ at Mumbai's Malad pandal, people groove to tunes with headphones on

But this navratri, this Mumbai organisation is up with a new concept with a very good and healthy motive that is ‘silent garba’ nights for revellers who don’t want the festivities to end. Rajmahal Banquets in Malad has taken the concept of silent Garba and Dandiya nights wherein everyone will be seen dancing to traditional tunes but with headphones on from 11 PM-2AM.


By   |  Updated On : September 25, 2017 09:53 AM
'Silent Garba’ in Mumbai; people groove to tunes with headphones on

'Silent Garba’ in Mumbai; people groove to tunes with headphones on

New Delhi :  

On the occasion of Navratri people all over the country are preparing themselves to celebrate this festival with full enthusiasm across the country in various forms. Festival of colours, music and dance 'Garba' and 'dandiya' is being celebrated by keeping noise pollution in mind and by restricting the use of loudspeakers post 10 pm, Garba organisers in the city have come up with various plans to continue the festivities till late in the night during Navratri. 

Especially across Delhi, Mumbai and Gujarat huge crowd gathered to dance the night away to traditional music, wearing colourful traditional attire as well. 

But this navratri, this Mumbai organisation is up with a new concept with a very good and healthy motive that is ‘silent garba’ nights for revellers who don’t want the festivities to end. Rajmahal Banquets in Malad has taken the concept of silent Garba and Dandiya nights wherein everyone will be seen dancing to traditional tunes but with headphones on from 11 PM-2AM.

Monesh Soni, the banquets owner, says, “We got this inspiration from the film ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ and thought of giving it a shot”, referring to the silent disco scene from the Ranbir Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Anushka Sharma-starrer movie.

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First Published: Monday, September 25, 2017 09:28 AM


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